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Name: CamRon Harris 
College: Miami (FL)     Number: 23
Height: 5-09   Weight: 210
Position: RB  Pos2: KR
Class/Draft Year: Sr/2022

40 Low: 4.35
   40 Time: 4.46
  40 High: 4.55
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Height: 5086
Weight: 210

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 Data Scout Notes: 2020: NAC

 CamRon Harris, Miami (FL), Player News

  01/02/21 - RB CamRon HarrisSr/2022, Miami (FL), 5-09, 210 (DS#3 RB) + More +

  University of Miami junior leading rusher Cam'Ron Harris has reaffirmed his devotion to the Hurricanes and announced Friday on Twitter that he will return for next season rather than enter the NFL Draft. Harris, who started and ended the season strong for the Hurricanes but struggled on and off in between, posted on social media in late October that he was "disrespected" after subpar performance against Clemson, Pittsburgh and Virginia.

But Harris will be back for at least one more year. The NCAA has granted every player an extra year of eligibility because of the COVID-19 pandemic, although Harris still had eligibility remaining. The former consensus four-star prospect was rated the nation's seventh-best running back out of Miami Carol City High and became Miami's featured tailback this season after DeeJay Dallas was drafted in the fourth round by the Seattle Seahawks. Harris has run for 643 yards and a team-leading 10 touchdowns on 126 carries in 11 games this season, averaging 5.1 yards a carry. - Miami Herald


(DS#3 RB) Sr/2022 RB CamRon HarrisMiami (FL)
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  09/24/20 - RB CamRon HarrisSr/2022, Miami (FL), 5-09, 210 (DS#3 RB) + More +

  On WQAM's Hurricane Hotline, Diaz made a good point in explaining one under-the-radar reason for Cam'Ron Harris' improvement this season: "Cam's work in the weight room has allowed him to maintain his speed throughout the course of a [long] run." On his 75-yard run on Saturday, "he would have been pushed out of bounds three quarters of the way last year. He hit 23 mph on our GPS" on that run. Diaz also believes Jaylon Knighton's presence has pushed Harris to improve. - Miami Herald

(DS#3 RB) Sr/2022 RB CamRon HarrisMiami (FL)
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  09/23/20 - RB CamRon HarrisSr/2022, Miami (FL), 5-09, 210 (DS#3 RB) + More +

  When Rhett Lashlee arrived as UM's offensive coordinator in January, he knew he had a solid lead running back in Cam'Ron Harris. But he didn't know he had this - a player who has been more impactful than nearly any other running back in the country two weeks into the season. I asked Lashlee if Harris is even better than what he expected after watching Harris' film in January and February. "When I first got here, Cam seemed like a solid back," Lashlee said. "Four days of spring ball he really impressed me. He's faster than what I thought he was, more explosive than what I thought he was. First two games, he has shown flashes of that. Really glad he has had a strong first two games." Not only is Harris third in the country in rushing yards at 268, but his 10.3 average - bolstered by two long TD runs - places him fourth in yards per carry. Only Texas-San Antonio's Sincere McCormick and SMU's Ulysses Bentley IV have more rushing yards than Harris in FBS. - Miami Herald

(DS#3 RB) Sr/2022 RB CamRon HarrisMiami (FL)
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  09/10/20 - RB CamRon HarrisSr/2022, Miami (FL), 5-09, 210 (DS#3 RB) + More +

  Cam'Ron Harris ran for 134 yards and scored twice to lead Miami to a 31-14 season-opening win over UAB Thursday night. Harris' second touchdown from 4 yards late in the third period gave Miami a 24-14 lead after the Blazers of Conference USA got within three on Spencer Brown's 6-yard run. Houston graduate transfer D'Eriq King threw for a touchdown and scored one for Miami, which became the first school from a Power 5 conference to begin the game-depleted 2020 season. ACC, SEC and Big 12 schools will play football while the Big Ten and Pac-12 cancelled fall sports because of coronavirus concerns. King's 4-yard pass to Brevin Jordan with time expiring in the third quarter gave Miami its final margin. Thursday's attendance of 8,153 at Hard Rock Stadium fell short of the 20 percent cap allowed at the 65,000-seat venue's capacity in compliance with coronavirus social-distancing guidelines. Spectators were scattered throughout the stadium's lower and upper decks. - Miami/AP College Football

(DS#3 RB) Sr/2022 RB CamRon HarrisMiami (FL)
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  07/02/20 - RB CamRon HarrisSr/2022, Miami (FL), 5-09, 210 (DS#3 RB) + More +

  D'Eriq King only has gotten to practice with the Miami Hurricanes a handful of times. He got to participate in winter workouts shortly after he transferred from the Houston Cougars, then got to participate in four spring practices before the COVID-19 pandemic forced them to shut down. In the past few weeks, he has gotten work out on Coral Gables again, too. He only needed one practice to pick out who the biggest "freak" on the roster was, and it's not necessarily the obvious choice. "Cam Harris, the running back," King said in an appearance on Siriux XM's "Packer and Durham" on Wednesday.

Mark Packer, one of the two hosts of the ACC Network-simulcasted show, asked King who had stood out to him so far. "Who is the one guy that you go, 'You know what? That guy is a freak?'" he asked. The quarterback singled out his likely starting running back. "When I first saw him run, when I first got there for my first workout I was like, 'Whoa, this guy's this big, running that fast?'" King said. "And then we got to spring ball and he showed out all four days, so he surprised the heck out of me. I'm anxious to see him play this year." - Miami Herald


(DS#3 RB) Sr/2022 RB CamRon HarrisMiami (FL)
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